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Janis Liepa, Julie Weber, Hannah Bloom, Emma Howe, Peter Smyth, Alex Harvey & Ricky Lahart
1. human brain cells or thought processes regarded as analogous to, or in contrast with, computer systems.
This experimental exhibition explores ideas surrounding technology and its relationship to human experience and consciousness. This show will host multi-disciplinary works by Janis Liepa, Julie Weber, Hannah Bloom, Emma Howe, Peter Smyth and a live response by musicians Alex Harvey and Ricky Lahart. This fusion of music and art intends to create a loud, immersive atmosphere that echoes the monumental presence of technology in the world today.